Author: Mustafa Mirreh

@tapthefeed

Founder and managing editor for Tap The Feed. Striving towards a career in writing/journalism with particular focus in music and culture. Photographer, music lover, football fanatic, runner and coffee drinker. Making it happen one step at a time. For releases and interviews, contact mustafa@tapthefeed.com.
Get To Know: Egyptian Blue

➤   27 June, 2019, 20:00

It’s been a week since Brighton-based quartet Egyptian Blue released their debut EP Collateral Damage on Yala! Records and we’re still got it on heavy repeat here at HQ. The band continue their high octane post punk...

The Feed: Rosehip Teahouse, Shura, METZ and more

➤   17 June, 2019, 11:00

Summer is finally here and despite the complete washout in terms of weather, we’re having a good old time. With another week in motion, here’s a delightful dose of new tunes to delve into. Leading our roundup...

Camden Rocks Festival Review + Photoset

➤   8 June, 2019, 12:08

Photos: Aryan Jafri Gathering the best up and coming as well as established artists, Camden Rocks took over Camden this weekend as fans flocked from venue to venue to watch their favourite bands perform. The Collier kicked...

A Farewell From Us? Tap The Feed Going Forward…

➤   5 June, 2019, 09:00

Hey everyone, hope you’re all well and having a good week! I (Mustafa) have some news to announce. This might come as a surprise (or even shock) but thought it would be easier to write this down...

Chrissie Huntley on Glastonbury, music & mental health

➤   30 May, 2019, 20:00

With summer just around the corner, there are a number of exciting artists ready to take on the sunshine and push their music to newer audiences. Bristol based soul pop singer-songwriter Chrissie Huntley is one artist we highly...

The Feed: Tungz, Oscar Scheller, Easy Life and more

➤   27 May, 2019, 20:38

We’ve just completed our first round of summer festivals (Dot to Dot, Love Saves The Day and Tunes in the Dunes) and the feeling is so good. Let’s continue on the good vibes with this excellent round...

The Feed: IDER, Swimming Girls, Hatchie and more

➤   20 May, 2019, 19:13

Photo: Ade Udoma & Michelle Janssen Festival season is about to kick off, the sun is shining and another splendid collection of new music for you to enjoy this week. We’re super excited to hear the news...

Get To Know: SADSUN

➤   8 May, 2019, 20:00

There’s no denying we have a soft spot for synth pop and when executed so well it can be a beautiful thing to listen to. Look no further than Newcastle based emerging pop duo SADSUN who just...

First Look: MAUWE – Sexy Glass

➤   3 May, 2019, 13:00

It’s Friday, another long weekend awaits and just under a week away until the official kick off of festival season. What’s the best way to celebrate? Sharing some new music of course, and we have a cracker...

The Feed: Some Bodies, Kahlla, Tycho and more

➤   22 April, 2019, 18:24

Easter weekend, beautiful sunshine and many beers and catch ups throughout. Hope you all had a splendid long weekend as much as we did. As we sign off on Easter Monday, we bring you this week’s round...

Nilüfer Yanya Review – Thekla

➤   21 April, 2019, 14:30

Having produced one of this year’s promising debut albums in the form of Miss Universe, Nilüfer Yanya’s headline show at Thekla couldn’t be more anticipated. On an extensive tour to promote the release, the artist alongside her...

First Listen: Mouse – Escape (Heavy Petting Remix)

➤   20 March, 2019, 15:30

We do love a good remix, even more so when it’s a unique version to the original piece. Bristol based pop star Mouse has done just that, sharing a new remix of her latest single ‘Escape’ which...

Dialogue discuss new label and event line-up additions

➤   14 March, 2019, 10:00

Having announced their new venture as a label and upcoming event later this month (22nd March), Bristol electronic promoters Dialogue are excited to unveil the latest additions to the line-up exclusively with Tap The Feed. Joining the...

No Violet kick off 2019 with new single ‘Lemons’

➤   7 March, 2019, 18:00

Bristol based grunge rockers No Violet are back and ready to kick off their 2019 campaign with the release of new single ‘Lemons’, out now via Leisure Records. The track marks the band’s first release of year...

IDER Review – The Crofter’s Rights

➤   6 March, 2019, 15:13

Photo: Rory James Whilst most of Bristol were at the custom built Steel Yard for the second night of Massive Attacks homecoming show (as part of their MezzanineXXI tour), we made way to The Crofter’s Rights to...